Tasty Tuesday ~ Homemade Baby Yogurt via @FoodSnobSTL
Happy Tuesday everyone! It's Laura from Food Snob St. Louis, and I am here with a money saving recipe for your little ones!
If you've ever bought baby or toddler yogurt you know if can be expensive. At our local store, it ends up being about $1 a serving for the organic baby yogurt. Not only that, but it is loaded with sugar (besides the sugar found naturally in fruit).
Our little one is a big fan of yogurt, and I think it can be a healthy part of her meals, but I prefer to make it at home with no added sugar and much, much cheaper. In order to make baby yogurt you will need a yogurt maker. This is the Euro Cuisine one I have, and I really like it. Also, you will need 10-12 hours from start to finish. Only about 20 minutes of this is actual hands-on time though.
To get the full recipe and directions, as well as a cost breakdown, head on over to Food Snob St. Louis. If you try it, I'd love to hear how it goes!
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